Is the Jamberry Business Opportunity Saturated?


My goal as a blogger is to provide helpful information.  To write and create posts that answer a question or solve a problem.

As an independent consultant for Jamberry, my goal is to provide the information and tools necessary for someone to be just as excited as I am about the nail wraps, hosting a party, or in starting their own business.

That is why when I checked my Google Analytics recently and saw that someone had searched “Is the Jamberry business saturated?” to find my blog, I knew I needed to write this post to answer that specific question.  If one person is wondering, there are probably more wondering the same thing, right?

Is the Jamberry Independent Consultant Business Opportunity Saturated?

In fact, this is one of the many questions I asked myself before becoming an independent consultant.

What I found in my own research is that with other companies {think Mary Kay, Scentsy, ThirtyOne, and so on}, there are more consultants on my block than there are in my entire city when searching for Jamberry independent consultants.

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Is the Jamberry Business Saturated?

My answer is that no, Jamberry’s Independent Consultant Business Opportunity is absolutely not saturated.

Yes, there has been a drastic increase in the number of consultants over the past year.  But, that is because Jamberry is still in the “ground floor” stage of growth.

Jamberry just released what they call “Jamberry Now” for the month.  They provide this monthly recap for their consultants so that we know how the company performed in the prior month and what we can expect in the upcoming months.  In December’s report, we learned that even though Jamberry’s sales are far beyond expectations for this year, products have been shipped to only 50% of the zip codes in the entire United States!

That’s a lot of real estate we have left to cover!

Also, in my own personal experience thus far as an independent consultant with Jamberry, more often than not I am hearing, “I have never heard of Jamberry.  What is it?”  Nobody in my family, or circle of friends, had ever heard of Jamberry before I brought it to their attention.

Let me tell you, it is quite a rush to be able to share my excitement about a product and have it be just as exciting for someone as they are discovering it for the first time!

Ask me why I love being a Jamberry Independing Consultant!

I would love to help you get into this ground floor business opportunity, if you are interested.  You can visit the opportunity page of my Jamberry site or simply feel free to send me an email message at anytime with any questions that you may have.  I literally get paid to have pretty nails and you can too!

I hope to hear from you soon and best of luck in whatever adventure you may be seeking out!

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10 Comments on Is the Jamberry Business Opportunity Saturated?

  1. aimee fauci
    January 9, 2015 at 11:04 am (5 years ago)

    I don’t understand the question that was asked in regards to saturated but I do love this product. Their selection is beautiful and their service is quick and great.

    • Jen Cassellius
      January 9, 2015 at 11:09 am (5 years ago)

      Thanks for stopping by, Aimee! This blog post was meant to help someone decide whether or not there are already too many independent consultants (ie, the business opportunity is saturated), which can make it a little less easy to gain customers.

  2. Jus @ GoodJobJus
    January 9, 2015 at 1:58 pm (5 years ago)

    For a relatively new company, 50% isn’t bad I wouldn’t think – but I guess it means that consultants in certain areas have to work at getting consultants signed on from surrounding areas? I’m sure you wouldn’t want to spread yourself too thin by trying to cover an area that would do better with a team member under you.

  3. Beth W
    January 9, 2015 at 6:50 pm (5 years ago)

    That’s a crazy discrepency between other beauty services and Jamberry! I’m sure part of that is the age, as you said, but since Jamberry products are (in my experience) better than MaryKay and Scentsy, I’m sure it’ll be no time at all before it hits stride.

    • Jen Cassellius
      January 12, 2015 at 6:56 am (5 years ago)

      And I am hoping to be a part of the ride to get there! Thanks for stopping by, Beth!

  4. Diatta @ Femme Fitale Fit Club
    January 9, 2015 at 8:53 pm (5 years ago)

    I have to be honest I never heard of it before. I guess because I am allergic to nail polish and use makeup minimally. I figure, after reading, it reminds me of Avon and Mary Kay. It never gets tired.

  5. Christin @ Blue Crab Martini
    January 9, 2015 at 9:45 pm (5 years ago)

    You make some interesting points… I have several (like 10+) friends that are Jamberry Consultants so i assumed it was a totally saturated market. It’s surprising that only 50% of the US zip codes have been covered so far!

  6. Caitlin Cheevers
    January 10, 2015 at 8:39 pm (5 years ago)

    Wow! I didn’t realize Jamberry hasn’t reached 50% of zipcodes yet! That’s a huge opportunity! Thanks for sharing!
    xo Caitlin

  7. Alaina
    January 3, 2016 at 4:47 pm (4 years ago)

    Do you have any updated information for January 2016? I saw on another blog that there were less than 100,000 consultants in January 2015, but I can’t find any information for a year later. Thanks!


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